Mzansi Babe Beams As She Breaks "Generational Curse" by Becoming 1st in Her Family to Graduate Varsity

Mzansi Babe Beams As She Breaks "Generational Curse" by Becoming 1st in Her Family to Graduate Varsity

  • A young Mzansi woman took to social media to share her outstanding achievement, she graduated from university
  • Lufuno Ruby Ratshedana is the first in her immediate family to get a degree and sis gave it everything in her being
  • The people of LinkedIn reminded Lufuno that she has changed the course of history for her family, a very proud moment

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Taking to social media with pride and a bunch of emotions, a Mzansi babe shares how this week she broke a "generational curse" by graduating. Yes, gurl, broke those curses!

The beautiful Lufuno Ruby Ratshedana took to LinkedIn with two stunning snaps of herself on graduation day. She did the thing and then some.

This stunner did not only bag a degree, she got honoured for her hard work with multiple award nominations and a bunch of wins.

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“Walking out of the University of the Witwatersrand as a two times Golden Key nominee, postgraduate merit recipient and holding nine certificates of first-class awards!!”
Mzansi, graduation, generational curse
Lufuno Ruby Ratshedana graduated, making her the first person in her immediate family to do so. Image: LinkedIn / Lufuno Ruby Ratshedana
Source: UGC

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Mzansi peeps let the young lady know that she “made history”

Seeing this emotion-packed post many were left feeling 50 shades of proud. The beautiful woman changed the course of history and has now allowed those who come after her to know they are capable.

Take a look at some of the comments:

Agunbiade Clement said:

“Hmm, my dear, it's not a generational curse. You only decide to change history... You have been blessed to walk this path depicting all odds. So good job and blind of the knowledge of the generational curse. Your family aren't cursed...”

Nana Oduro Quaderro said:


“The God who has led you in time past will continually lead you to be an inspiration to your immediate family, your peers and the world at large. ”

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Motlalepula Mathole said:

“This is incredible and giving me hope... well done”

Howard D. said:

“Congratulations Lufuno.
“Well done and all the best in your future endeavors.”

Mzansi shook by floor made out of stolen tombstones: “Cursed the whole family”

In other news about "curses", Briefly News reported that there is never a dull moment in South Africa! In what can only be described as bizarre and dark, a picture on Twitter of what looks like a section of a floor tiled using pieces of a broken tombstone left Mzansi shook.

Needless to say, the displayed portion of unusual interior decoration had Twitter users not only crawling in their own skins but fearing doom and gloom for the homeowner. While some did not see the humour in this, others found it hilarious.

Twitter users had plenty to say about the macabre interior deco, which made for some of the most interesting comment sections on the platform to date.

Source: Briefly News

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via:

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